With designers and architects crafting stunning treehouses for nature lovers, living in a treehouse is not more a childhood fantasy. Right from the world’s largest treehouse that stands 1o-stories tall, to the all new German designed ErlebNest, treehouses have been capturing attention of eco lovers all over the world. ErlebNest – designed by Germany’s Cambium GmBH, can be installed as a standalone treetop retreat, allowing visitors to spend in night as close to nature as it could be.
Designed to blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings, the treehouse has been created from environmentally friendly and natural materials. The multi-part treehouse features a “barrel in the sky” design that serves as the sleeping quarters and a lounge that serves as the living and entertainment space for four people. The striking feature that is the sleeping quarters, is attached to the main lounge unit and comes with a king-sized bed and slatted walls for airy comfort. To protect you from the elements, the cocoon also includes a retractable roof.
The lounge could be the place where you can call in visitors, who reach the top using the conventional ladder with no strings attached to their bodies. With ample space for furniture and even a mini bar, the lounge could prove to be just as interesting as the sleeping unit. The company has installed the first ErlebNest unit in Bingen on the Rhine and plans an all-new six-unit facility in Lake Constance.